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The Vaccination Experience: Historical Insights from Children and Families

By Mona Gleason The recent outbreak of measles in North America has again raised questions about why small numbers of parents refuse to have their children vaccinated, despite clear and commanding evidence of its safety and efficacy in preventing disease.[1]¬† Despite these outliers, the vast majority of Canadian families take advantage of publically funded immunization programs to protect their children… Read more »